Elsewhere in nightlife, a few other venues have taken what might be fatal hits. First, the Post brings news that after months of delays opening up in the new Rhone space, Double Seven won’t be coming back at all, and partner Mark Barker will be joining the Mansion team’s bid to open a club in the old Crobar space. Nearby, Gin Lane, which lost its chef in December, seems to be closed by Citysearch’s account. Also nearby, a source tells Eater that PM has closed after being bought out by partner Adam Hock, also of Hawaiian Tropic Zone (we’ve heard those same rumors that the club owed serious money). And a little farther uptown, the Daily News reports, Stereo was shuttered by police during a raid no doubt prompted by the early-Thursday shooting death of a patron. No word on whether the club will reopen, but since this is its third such closing, it could face permanent closure via the city’s nuisance-abatement laws. And that just about brings us up to date.
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